On Instagram, Bob Clearmountain takes to video to accurately describe the difference between Multitracks vs Mixing Stems. He’s right. Stems (or mixing stems) are subgroups of tracks, typically a stereo track whereas Multitracks are individual tracks of a mix. It can be a tongue twister with all the “M’s” but think of “tracks” as individual channels/tracks and “stems” as groups of channels/tracks. I have made the mistake of saying “mix stems/mixing stems” as opposed to multitracks. Not the end of the world but it can be confusing when you want to know what you’re actually getting.
In this video, I will show you a couple easy EQ tricks to get your kick drum to sound huge and massive. This will help you give weight to your kick drum regardless of genre or music style…..that might have been a redundant statement there. Super easy and super fast with great results.
In this video, we have a tech video where we install a Bluetooth extender antenna to fully eliminate Bluetooth connection issues, lagging mouse issues, or slow keyboard response. It’s recording-related as it’s impossible to work in your DAW with a lagging mouse or a keyboard that doesn’t respond as it should. So let’s fix it!
In this video, we’ll go over the mix session of Dua Lipa’s “Don’t Break My Heart” vocals. We go over her vocal chain, listen to before and after and review the vocal routing and effects. You will love this!
Recording a choir might seem a bit intimidating. There are some challenges that you have that you might not have in the studio. However, I go through a detailed plan of what I do and why I do what I do that you might find helpful if you have been thinking about recording choirs. It’s a great additional stream of income if you do a great job and are dependable. One huge benefit is that it doesn’t take a lot of equipment but you do have to prepare.
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